- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2019
- Springer International Publishing AG
- Galloro, Giuseppe (ed.)
- 9 Tables, color; 35 Illustrations, color; 8 Illustrations, black and white; XIII, 207 p. 43 illus.,
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- 1 Hardback
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This book focuses on Barrett's Esophagus (BE), a clinical condition that must be evaluated in all patients affected by chronic GERD, and with an important link to esophageal cancer. Divided into four sections (morphological background, epidemiology and natural history, diagnosis, and treatments), this handy volume provides the latest indications regarding endoscopic approaches (first level and advanced endoscopy), pathological studies (pathology and molecular biology), and state-of-the-art therapeutic options (medical, endoscopic, and surgical) for BE. As such, it offers a valuable reference guide for all professionals involved in the management of BE (gastroenterologists, endoscopists, pathologists and surgeons), offering them a comprehensive overview and deeper understanding of this seemingly superficial disease.
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"This is a nice book. It is unique in its emphasis on the variety of topics related to Barrett's esophagus, but it is a very focused book, which will lack the global appeal of a more comprehensive one. However, for practitioners who treat patients with GERD and Barrett's, this will be a nice adjunct to their practice." (Peter Nau, Doody's Book Reviews, April 12, 2019)
After completing his medical school degree, Professor Giuseppe Galloro earned his post-graduate specialization in General Surgery, both with honors. Following his post-graduate training as a junior doctor at the General Surgery Department of the University of Naples Federico II - School of Medicine, he was appointed as assistant and then resident fellow at the same department. He later became a consultant at the Digestive Surgical Endoscopy Unit and Researcher in General Surgery. He was nominated as an Assistant Professor (2004) and Associated Professor (2015) of General Surgery at the University of Naples Federico II - School of Medicine, as well as head of the Diagnostic and Therapeutic Endoscopy of Non Neoplastic Diseases of the Digestive System, Biliary Tract and Pancreas Section at the same hospital. He currently teaches several graduate and post-graduate courses (on general surgery, digestive diseases, and digestive endoscopy). His main clinical and research practice is on new techniques and methodologies in diagnostic and operative endoscopy of pre neoplastic diseases and early digestive cancers; endoscopic management of obesity; computing applications and new materials applied to endoscopy. He has authored various volumes of congress proceedings, monographs and journal articles, and has been an invited speaker at over three hundred national and international congresses.
Part I Morphologic backgrounds 1 Macroscopic anatomy of esophagus Stefania Montagnani, Clotilde Castaldo 2 Microscopic anatomy and histology of esophagus Stefania Montagnani, Franca Di Meglio Part II Epidemiology and natural history 3 Definition and epidemiology of Barrett's esophagus Alessandra Romiti, Rocco Maurizio Zagari 4 Pathophysiolgy of esophageal reflux disease and natural history of Barrett's esophagus Paola Iovino, Antonella Santonicola, Nigel J Trudgill Gastro-esophageal reflux disease Natural history of Barrett's esophagus Natural history of non dysplastic Barrett's esophagus Natural history of Barrett's esophagus indefinite for dysplasia Natural history of Barrett's esophagus with low grade dysplasia Natural history of Barrett's esophagus with high grade dysplasia 5 Obesity: Barrett's esophagus and esophageal cancer risk Jan Marc Chevallier, Sonja Chiappetta, Mario Musella Introduction Factors leading to GERD Obesity, Barrett's ulcer, and risk of cancer Bariatric surgery and risk of GERD GERD following restrictive procedures GERD following gastric by-pass procedures Part III Diagnosis 6 First level endoscopy in Barrett's esophagus: endoscopic pictures, Prague classification and biopsy protocols Massimo Conio, Antonella De Ceglie, Mattia Crespi Endoscopic pictures Prague classification Biopsy protocol 7 Augmented endoscopy in Barrett's esophagus: zoom endoscopy, traditional, and virtual chromoendoscopy Giuseppe Galloro, Raffaele Manta, Nico Pagano, Teresa Russo, Donato Alessandro Telesca, Andrea Parodi, Cesare Formisano Introduction Traditional chromoendoscopy High definition, zoom, and magnifying endoscopy Computed virtual chromoendoscopy 8 Confocal LASER endomicroscopy in Barrett's esophagus: is it a clinical resource or still a research procedure? Giovanni Domenico De Palma, Gianluca Cassese, Gaetano Luglio Confocal LASER endomicroscopy: theoretical and practical bases Technical notes CLE for Barrett's esophagus management Current limitations and possibilities for future development Conclusions 9 Histology: the different points of view on Barrett's esophagus Vincenzo Villanacci, Karel Geboes, Tiziana Salviato, Gabrio Bassotti Normal esophagus Endoscopic and microscopic diagnosis of Barrett's esophagus Is all intestinal metaplasia equivalent to Barrett's esophagus? Dysplasia in Barrett's esophagus 10 The role of molecular biology in diagnosis and follow-up of Barrett's esophagus Karen Geboes, Anne Hoorens Introduction Molecular pathways implicated in development of Barrett's esophagus Molecular markers for the diagnosis Markers for the diagnosis of dysplasia Genome-wide association studies for the development of Barrett's esophagus Molecular pathways implicated in the transition of Barrett's esophagus to early adenocarcinoma Molecular biology of progression to adenocarcinoma Molecular markers for the diagnosis of progression to EAC. Genetic changes involved in the progression from BE to EAC. Biomarker development Conclusions 11 Timing and protocols of clinical and endoscopic surveillance of Barrett's esophagus Carlo Calabrese, Marco Salice, Nico Pagano, Raffaele Manta, Fernando Rizzello Protocol Part IV Treatments 12 Lifestyles, medical therapy, and chemoprevention Giancarlo Sarnelli, Alessandra D'Alessandro, Raf Bisschops Physical activity and diet Smoking and alcohol intake Chemoprevention 13 Photodynamic therapy Raffaele Manta, Dolores Sgambato, Nico Pagano, Giuseppe Galloro Introduction Technique Data of literature Limits Controindications State of the art 14 Cryotherapy Nico Pagano, Raffaele Manta, Giuseppe Galloro Introduction Physical principles and technical consideration Clinical results Conclusions 15 Endoscopic resections: EMR and ESD Filippo Catalano, Seichiro Abe, Yutaka Saito 16 Radiofrequency ablation Jason Samarasena, David Lee, Kenneth J Chang Int